Cabela’s, Fort Worth

In September 2015, the new Bass Pro Shops store opened in Rocklin, California — only a short 15- to 20-minute drive from our house. Since the Big Guy is a serious bass fisherman, he had already been a customer; and one of the regular features of our December trips to Texas was always a Christmas Eve visit to Bass Pro […]

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Memory Monday, Week 14

June 1978 — We spent two very full days in Victoria, and I’m certain we still missed a lot of great sights there.  The Rolls Royce shown above was parked near the Royal London Wax Museum (which sadly, I just learned, was closed in September 2010); we didn’t pay to go inside, but I was entranced by the figure of […]

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Old and New

The theme for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week is Old and New. You can have old and new objects in the same photo.  Or you can have at least one photo of a very old item and one photo of a very new item in your photo.  What I am looking for is great contrast.  Use your imagination if you want for this […]

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WPC: Resilient

The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge for the week of December 30, 2016: This week, share a photo of something that says “resilient” to you. It could be a local landmark that has survived through the decades (or centuries), or a portrait of a person you know who never gives up. You could snap an image of a bed of […]

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The Adventure Continues… Pyramid

Join Huell as he learns about the sometimes-controversial history of this California landmark and gets a very special tour, including a vertigo-inducing trip to the very top of the spire which is set against the San Francisco skyline… This is another one of my favorite episodes — partly because I enjoy watching just about anything to do with San Francisco.  It’s […]

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The Living Roof

The theme for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week is Roofs. This week the topic is Roofs.  Most building have some sort of roof to it.  I want to see roofs from any angle.  If you can get a photo from above the could be awesome.  Parts of roofs from the ground is great too.  Roofs from dilapidated buildings can have […]

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